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Principles of Management Control Systems
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Principles of Management Control Systems
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ICFAI Center for Management Research
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 The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India, January 2006. All rights reserved.
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ISBN 81-7881-995-3 Ref. No.
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Customer-Focussed Total Quality Culture: Implementing Total Quality Management – Impact of Information Technology on Control Systems Design: Providing Information for Operational and Strategic Decision Making Chapter 4: Key Success Variables as Control Indicators: Concept of Key Variables - Identifying Key Variables: Input Variables, Production Variables, Marketing Variables, Asset Management Variables, Sources of Key Variables, Types of Key Variables – Key Success Variables and the Control Paradigm: Dynamics of the Control Process, Identifying Key Variables – Comprehensive Performance Indicators: Limitations of Indicators – Key Variables in Selected Industries: Insurance Industry, Hotel Industry, Sugar Industry, Management Training Institute, Power Industry

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PART II: MANAGEMENT CONTROL ENVIRONMENT
Chapter 5: Organizing for Adaptive Control: Strategy, Structure and Control – Decentralization Vs Centralization – Response of Structure to Strategy: Evolution of the Matrix Structure: Project Organizations, Product Organizations, Service Organizations, The Matrix Structure and the Multinational Firm – Evaluation of the Control Factors in Organizational Design: Matrix Versus Functional – Controller’s Organization – Adaptive Organization: The Need for Adaptive Organization, Adaptive Controls that Support the Adaptive Organization

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Chapter 6: Autonomy and Responsibility: Divisional Autonomy:
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